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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 7, No. 9, September 1979
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Date September 1979
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Transcript Bay Area NOW Meeting - Aug. 2, 1979 Sandra Anderson, Presiding Susan Keene - introduced plastic containers for "Anthony Dollars" to be taken to NOW National Conference in October to fund the NOW - ERA campaign. A list was passed for people to sign who wanted to participate. Pat Kuhlmann - moved that the Chapter buy the house (240 seats) for a Clear Creek Country Theatre performance of "Butterflies Are Free" on November 15th. This would cost $250.00 plus $35.00 royalty fee for the play. We could charge whatever we wanted for the tickets. Pat suggested $5.00. We would have to sell the tickets ourselves; this might work out to about four tickets apiece. Evie Whitsett - moved the election of delegates to Texas NOW Council, which has its next meeting Sept. 8 in Corpus Christi. Phyllis Tucker, treasurer of Texas NOW, encouraged volunteers for the slots. Gail Anderson, Bonnie Huval, and Pat Kuhlmann volunteered to be "part of a pool of delegates* to attend Council meetings. Self-nominations for delegates to NOW National Conference were requested. Evie Whitsett and Phyllis Tucker were selected to be our delegates, with Dorothy Howard and Jeanne ialetan as alternates. Saletan has decided not to attend. It was moved that BANOW write a letter of appreciation to KPRC-TV for the recent Don- ohue show which featured a debate between Eleanor Smeal and Phyllis Schlafly on the ERA. Evie announced that a border demonstration near our surrounding unratified States is scheduled for Sat., Sept. 22. We will go to Orange-Beaumont. Jeanne Saletan is coordinating this event (h471-2862, o521-939l). Bonnie Huval says some people may stay with her mother or aunt in Orange (Huval:331-0444). ~e?£y oo _ h±H se^ outside advertising for the newsletter. Soma Doty ° Dorothy Howard - announced business meeting, 7$30 Aug. 23rd at her home, 1529 Bonanza. Evie Whitsett - Sept. business meeting will be Sept. 19th at Uniting Chin-nh, BEFORE the 7:30 performance of "Adam and Even" by Family Service Center. We are invited to attend the August 26th BarbecuB celebrating the ratification of Woman Suffrage to be held by Houston NOW. See calendar for details. OUR SYMPATHY to BANOW people who received damage from the floods of July 25-26. To our knowledge they are: Marie Stimson - loss of most stock in her bookshop in Dickinson. Jean Bettencourt - 4 feet of water in her home In Kemah, damage to rental property nearby. Ruth Fruland - about 2-| feet of water in her home in Friendswood. Mary and Louis KcFadin - about a foot of water in their home in League City. Nora Mertz - water damage to home in League City. Elizabeth Glenn - about 3 inches of water damaged floors in Friendswood home. Jeanne Saletan - a few Inches of water in La Porte home, damaged carpets, books, and photographs. Vicki Carr - autos, air conditioner flooded near home in Shoreacres. Carolyn Waddell - books damaged by flooded garage in League City. The July Program meeting featured Sandra Anderson, M.A.,Pat Davis, PftD., and lally Jordan, PhD., discussing their research on the problems of women enrolled in higher education in this area and women in non-traditional careers. The informative panel was well-attended and well-received by members and new attendees.